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Andrijana Misovic

// Position:
Associate

// Admission to the bar:
2019, New York

// Nationality:
Serbian

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// Contact:

Andrijana Mišović, LL.M. (Harvard)
T +43 1 8901087 - 98
E andrijana.misovic@zeiler.partners

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Andrijana Mišović is an associate with zeiler.partners, where she is specializing in international investment and commercial arbitration. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (LL.M. 2018) and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (LL.B. 2012, LL.M. 2013).

Before joining zeiler.partners, she worked as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and Course Instructor for Public International Law and The Law of European Integration at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law.

During her legal education, she was awarded with prestige awards in the field of international law, the most notable being the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law (2016) and Pieter Sanders Award for the Best Memorandum for Claimant at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (2013).

 

Education

  • New York Bar Exam, New York/USA (2018)
  • Harvard Law School, Cambridge/USA (LL.M. 2018)
    Scholarship of Harvard University (2018), Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship (2018)
  • Scholarship of the Max Planck Institute for Public International Law (2017)
  • Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands (awarded with Diploma, 2016)
  • University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Belgrade, Serbia (Bachelor and Master of Laws in 2012/2013; both with distinction; Dean’s List Certificate for outstanding scholastic achievement for each year, PhD Candidate since 2013)
    Pieter Sanders Award for the Best Memorandum for Claimant (1st place) and Frédéric Eisemann Award for Team Orals Finalists (honorable mention) at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (2013)
  • Europäisches Forum Alpbach (2009)

Languages

Serbian (native), Bosnian (fluent), Croatian (fluent), English (fluent), German (basic), Russian (basic)

Experience

  • Associate, zeiler.partners Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Vienna/Austria (since 2018)
  • Research Associate, Harvard Business School, Cambridge/USA (2017-2018)
  • Course Instructor, Project Researcher at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Belgrade/Serbia (2013-2017)

Publications & Lectures

Misovic, Trade liberalization of SEE countries – two lectures in English for master students of Jean Monnet Module: Free Trade Agreements and European Integration of SEE Countries, supported by European Commission and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (2019).

Misovic, Institutional framework of trade liberalization in SEE countries – online lecture in English for master students of Jean Monnet Module: Free Trade Agreements and European Integration of SEE Countries, supported by European Commission and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (2018).

Misovic, SEE Countries’ Trade Liberalization in the Context of Widening and Deepening of the EU Integration, in: Legal Implications of Trade Liberalization under SAAs and CEFTA, Proceedings from the Jean Monnet Conference, Belgrade (2018)

Misovic, Transformation in Interpretation of the Rules on International State Responsibility in the Context of Fight against Terrorism, in: Collection of papers for project Transformation of the Identity of the Republic of Serbia, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade (2017)

Misovic, Human Rights and Transnational Corporations – The Problem of Responsibility, 16-18 Law and Economics, Society of Lawyers in Business in Serbia (2016)

Misovic, Concept of ‘Dual Attribution’ as a Way of ‘Piercing the Veil’ of International Organizations, 2 EU Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law (2016)

Misovic, Application of the Article 36 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations in the USA Practice, 1158-1159 International Politics, Institute for Politics and Economics, Belgrade (2015)

Misovic, Legal Consequences of the Abuse of Security Council’s Political Power, in: Proceedings from the Conference ‘Abuse of Power’, Society for International Criminal Law, Serbia (2014) (co-author with Professor M. Kreca)

Andrijana Misovic

// Position:
Associate

// Admission to the bar:
2019, New York

// Nationality:
Serbian

LinkedIn 

// Contact:

Andrijana Mišović, LL.M. (Harvard)
T +43 1 8901087 - 98
E andrijana.misovic@zeiler.partners

V-Card
Download CV

Andrijana Mišović is an associate with zeiler.partners, where she is specializing in international investment and commercial arbitration. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (LL.M. 2018) and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (LL.B. 2012, LL.M. 2013).

Before joining zeiler.partners, she worked as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and Course Instructor for Public International Law and The Law of European Integration at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law.

During her legal education, she was awarded with prestige awards in the field of international law, the most notable being the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law (2016) and Pieter Sanders Award for the Best Memorandum for Claimant at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (2013).

 

Misovic, Trade liberalization of SEE countries – two lectures in English for master students of Jean Monnet Module: Free Trade Agreements and European Integration of SEE Countries, supported by European Commission and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (2019).

Misovic, Institutional framework of trade liberalization in SEE countries – online lecture in English for master students of Jean Monnet Module: Free Trade Agreements and European Integration of SEE Countries, supported by European Commission and University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (2018).

Misovic, SEE Countries’ Trade Liberalization in the Context of Widening and Deepening of the EU Integration, in: Legal Implications of Trade Liberalization under SAAs and CEFTA, Proceedings from the Jean Monnet Conference, Belgrade (2018)

Misovic, Transformation in Interpretation of the Rules on International State Responsibility in the Context of Fight against Terrorism, in: Collection of papers for project Transformation of the Identity of the Republic of Serbia, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade (2017)

Misovic, Human Rights and Transnational Corporations – The Problem of Responsibility, 16-18 Law and Economics, Society of Lawyers in Business in Serbia (2016)

Misovic, Concept of ‘Dual Attribution’ as a Way of ‘Piercing the Veil’ of International Organizations, 2 EU Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law (2016)

Misovic, Application of the Article 36 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations in the USA Practice, 1158-1159 International Politics, Institute for Politics and Economics, Belgrade (2015)

Misovic, Legal Consequences of the Abuse of Security Council’s Political Power, in: Proceedings from the Conference ‘Abuse of Power’, Society for International Criminal Law, Serbia (2014) (co-author with Professor M. Kreca)

  • Associate, zeiler.partners Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Vienna/Austria (since 2018)
  • Research Associate, Harvard Business School, Cambridge/USA (2017-2018)
  • Course Instructor, Project Researcher at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Belgrade/Serbia (2013-2017)
  • New York Bar Exam, New York/USA (2018)
  • Harvard Law School, Cambridge/USA (LL.M. 2018)
    Scholarship of Harvard University (2018), Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship (2018)
  • Scholarship of the Max Planck Institute for Public International Law (2017)
  • Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands (awarded with Diploma, 2016)
  • University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Belgrade, Serbia (Bachelor and Master of Laws in 2012/2013; both with distinction; Dean’s List Certificate for outstanding scholastic achievement for each year, PhD Candidate since 2013)
    Pieter Sanders Award for the Best Memorandum for Claimant (1st place) and Frédéric Eisemann Award for Team Orals Finalists (honorable mention) at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (2013)
  • Europäisches Forum Alpbach (2009)

Serbian (native), Bosnian (fluent), Croatian (fluent), English (fluent), German (basic), Russian (basic)